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The Mainstream Patient: March 15, 2021


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories on pore vacuums, psoriasis on POC skin, the difference between fillers and Botox, how to treat scars, plus more.

In this week’s edition, Shape takeson ‘maskitis’ and how to decide between filler or Botox. Also, Hello Giggles talks with dermatologists about healing new and old scars, while Vogue explains the importance of paying attention to the skin microbiome. Finally, Women’s Health dives into how to diagnose and treat psoriasis on POC skin, and Harper’s Bazaar examines if pore vacuums actually work.

Do Pore Vacuums Really Work? A Derm Weighs In

This Is How Psoriasis Appears On Black Skin, And How It Can Be Diagnosed And Treated

Dermatologists Break Down How to Heal Scars, Including Old Ones

Why You Need to Start Paying Attention to Your Skin Microbiome—Especially Now

Is 'Maskitis' to Blame for the Rash On Your Face?

How to Decide Exactly Where to Get Fillers and Botox

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